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We bring you a selection of the best art and fashion-inspired luxury food experiences across the globe.
 
Pret-a-Portea – London

The Berkeley’s fashion-themed afternoon tea “Pret-a-Portea” gets a new twist this October. Taking the theme further, the hotel has teamed up with luxury shoe brand Jimmy Choo for a week of shoe and accessory-shaped cakes and biscuits. Fashion’s foodies can get their edible Jimmy Choos at The Berkeley from the 13th to the 19th October.

The Popsy Room – Hong Kong
 
The Popsy Room is a multi-sensory gallery, which opened earlier this summer in Hong Kong. All five senses are called upon in this space, and guests are able to treat their tastebuds in the evenings: the gallery offers a fine dining experience for 20 people, with a new menu every two months to accompany each exhibition. The dishes are an interpretation of the art pieces on display, enabling guests to quite literally savour art. 


 
Kate Moss x 34 - London

Kate Moss likes to party and so it seems fitting that the supermodel has teamed up with the Mayfair restaurant 34, to create a champagne glass. But this is no ordinary coupe: it just happens to be made from a mold of her left breast by the artist Jane McAdam Freud. The glasses are to be launched at the restaurant in early October and will be available at 34’s sister venues.
 
 
Heavenly Rembrandt - Amsterdam

This autumn, you can head to Amsterdam to mark the anniversary of Rembrandt’s death with a culinary celebration. “Heavenly Rembrandt” is taking place on the top floor of the Rembrandt Tower from the 22nd September until the 4th October. Following an aperitif, guests will be able to indulge in a five course menu created by Michelin-star chef  Wilco Berends, all whilst being surrounded by a selection of the celebrated artist’s work.
 
We’ll leave you to take your pick…and wish you bon appétit!